Mother’s Day will be celebrated in the U.S. this Sunday, May 10. Learn more about the history of Mother’s Day by watching this short History Channel video. Then check out one of the books below and celebrate mom by sharing a story or activity together!
Mother’s Day Books to Share!
Wanting to give his mother something special for this year’s Mother’s Day, T. Rex recruits his helpful companions to turn his mother’s simple car into an amazing work of art that is sure to impress!
Each child in Mrs. Madoff’s class knows just how to celebrate Mother’s Day. Jessica and her mom go hiking together. Sam helps pick out a new kitchen table. Sarah and her dad take Grandma to her favorite restaurant. And when a surprise visitor comes to class, the kids learn how to make a handmade gift that’s straight from the heart.
Drawing is fun, but knitting is betterbecause you can wear it! Knitting isn’t easy, though, and can be a little frustrating. Maybe the best thing to do is combine talents. A trip to the beach offers plenty of inspiration. Soon mom and daughter are collaborating on a piece of art they can share together: a special drawing made into a knitted beach blanket.
In pictures and simple text, a mother and child spend their day together.
The moms in this book are superheroes. They may not leap over tall buildings, and they may not have super-human speed. But these moms construct buildings, fly planes, and make tanks roll. They do all kinds of things to help create a safer world. These superheroes are moms. Military moms. Hero moms.
With basic cooking techniques and tips, simple first recipes, and nutritious meal ideas, a family cookbook helps children ages three and up work with their parents to prepare an array of favorite foods.
Presents a series of fun activities that children can do with their mother, covering such projects as making fortune cookies, customizing a t-shirt, painting china, and playing the category game.
(Book summaries are from publisher descriptions.)
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